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Aberdeen Serviced Apartments

Nicknamed the Granite City, Aberdeen is Scotland’s third most populous city and is full of magnificent castles, highland adventure and dramatic coastlines. Named as a leading business hub and one of the super cities spearheading the UK economy, this city in Scotland is on the rise and one to watch out for.

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Nicknamed the Granite City, Aberdeen is Scotland’s third most populous city and is full of magnificent castles, highland adventure and dramatic coastlines. Named as a leading business hub and one of the super cities spearheading the UK economy, this city in Scotland is on the rise and one to watch out for.

Aberdeen is a compact city with a well developed bus system including an excellent Park-and-Ride scheme. Almost all the places of visitor interest - Art Gallery, Marischal College, Provost Ross's House, Maritime Museum, shopping malls, Provost Skene's House, Harbour and Union Street are within easy walking distance of each other. Remember to call into the Visitor Information Centre at 23 Union Street for more tourist information.

The city has attractions for all ages and all interests. If it’s something for the kids, choose from Storybook Glen (Aberdeen), Macduff Marine Aquarium or the Stonehaven Open Air Swimming Pool.  The city also has wide variety of attractions to tempt visitors, with venues including the Lemon Tree (said to be Aberdeen’s all year festival fringe), Duthie Park Winter Gardens, Gordon Highlanders Museum, Satrosphere or Codona's Beach Amusement Park.

Head out into the Aberdeenshire countryside and delve into Scotland's Castle Country. Take in Castle Fraser with its historic furnishings, paintings and fine embroidery and of course, one of Scotland’s most famous castles, Dunnottar, a dramatic cliff top ruin located south of Stonehaven.

Appreciate what Mother Nature intended in Aberdeen and take drive out to Linn O’Dee to see one of the best waterfalls, described as a surreal sight with beautiful mountain scenery.  Aberdeen is known as the best city in Europe for whale and dolphin watching, so bring your waterproof clothing and plan a visit to Torry Battery Carpark where you get spectacular views of these animals. If you’re lucky, you may even catch a humpback whale.  Or take a visit to Glen Tanar Natural Nature Reserve, situated at the heart of Royal Deeside.


Whisky lovers will want to head for Moray were some of the World's most famous malts are produced. Glenfiddich, The Glenlivet, Benromach and Glen Grant are just some of the few you can sample. The Speyside area offers a Malt Whisky Trail which includes eight different distilleries, a whiskey lover’s dream. Have an arranged whiskey tasting with The Scotch Malt Whisky Society and visit during the fall for the Autumn Speyside Whiskey Festival.
 

Book a table at Moon Fish Cafe, a small restaurant popular amongst both locals and visitors alike. Enjoy a Scottish meal at The Stage Door Restaurant, a seafood and steakhouse grill that is packed daily.  And if you’re craving Italian, Mi Amore on Huntly Street combines warm personal service with hearty food and friendly atmosphere.


Aberdeen has a wonderful nightlife scene, with an array of bars, clubs and restaurants most of which are located in close proximity of each other. For craft beer lovers, Aberdeen is the home of Brewdog with their brewery close by and craft beers on tap. There is also a huge selection of unusual bottle beers and imports that you won’t find elsewhere. Visit Malones on Ship Row for a genuine Irish pub experience or Moorings Bar on Trinity Quay, a pirate themed tiki bar which make for the most unique pub in the city. Dance the night away at Tiger Tiger or Nox, one of the city’s newest clubs.

 

 

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